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produce at home, quickly and economically,
fine and tasty cake, hot biscuit, puddings,
the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers,
crusts and muffins, fresh, clean, tasty and
wholesome, with which the ready-made food
found at the shop or grocery does not com
pare. Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.
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H LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ?
Mis Prank K. Spratt is in Chester
Mr. Clarence McDanlel of Onkvillo
w:s here Saturday.
Miss Margaret Millor Is in Rock
?p,ll on n visit to relatives.
Mr. Wade H. Pinsod was in the city
? iday from Mount Pleasant.
Mr. Hoheit R. Boyd of McDanlel's
Mills, was in the city Friday.
Mr. Ii. il. O'Sltiolds, of Laurons, was
h the city on business Monday.- 1'n
Sheriff I. I). Owings went to Cross
?.ill yesterday afternoon on profos
? mal business.
Mr. \V. M. Bolt, rural letter carrier
?a I.aureus route No. six. was in the
' y Wednesday.
Mrs. E. I). Lotunr of Columbia is
. siting her mother, Mrs. F. sR. Martin,
near Cray Court.
Messrs. Thos. M. Shaw and Joe A.
nson of Cold Point wore In the city
Mrs Ward Thompson and ch'ld.on
f Anderson spent last week with her
?.sister, Mrs, Warren Bolt.
Miss Fay Iludgens. of Greenwood,
vpenl Sunday in the city with her fa
ther, Mr. R. II. Iludgens.
Mrs. O. It. Meyer of Newborry has
been the guest of her mother, Mrs. W.
>V. Jones for several days.
Messrs Vlc'tor Went'ters and Enrlo
'loodwin, young farmers of the coun
v.c'vo in the city Saturday.
Mr. P. I!. Bailey, < no of the loading
farmers and da'l'r.?'limit o? the county.
\vas in the city Saturday uf rnu.uu.
>'i- h .vl|>! It ami Warn n Poll. Ir.
? i! ni Hie week-end In sp:iri}?Hbi
\ iKil iug i heir sister, v. ? K itch >ip>.
Mrs. Bud Boyd has n tut | ' I to .tin
tit." from a visit to relatives in He
Mouitl Pleasanl section of ilio e?un
Mr. ?). B. Mcpitnlol, a progressive
armer of the Oakvlllo SOCt trill, was
.1 business visitor to the city Satur
Mrs. and Mrs. Harry Thames of
Charleston have been the guests of
Or. and Mrs. II. K. Alken for the past
Mr. and Mrs. George Barksdalo and
Mrs. .lohn Barksdalo, of Greenwood,
tiro 111 the city visiting Mr. R. H, Ilud
Mr. R. O. Halrston, county coronor
and a good farmer of the Oak drove,
section, was a v+sitor to the olty
Mr and Mrs N. P. West of Spar
tan burg were the guests Saturday
and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Hawkins, West Main street.
After a visit of five weeks to their
brother. Mr. J, D. Sexton of the city.
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Sexton returned
today to their home at Rome, Go.
Mr. Ellsha Bornar, a prominent citi
zen of Spartanburg and a brother of
.Mrs I .a mar Smith of this city, passed
away Saturday night last, Dgod fifty
The* many friends of Col. J. Hi,
Trnynham will be glad to know that
in- is much Improved after quite a
severe attack of illness at Iiis home in
Miss Ludl Taylor of Princeton was
in the city Saturday on her way to
Greenville to spend a fortnight with
In r brother. .Mr. .1. I!. Taylor and oth
Mr. Paul W. Coopor of this city
who recently accepted a position with
i tobacco house of Winston-Salem, is
at his home here Buffering from an
attack of grippe.
Mr. .lohn W. Taylor, of Princeton
? as bei n drawn as a grand juror for
tin1 spring term of tiie Federal Court
which convenes at Charleston on the
second Tuesday in March.
Mrs. R. P. Milam who underwent an
operation at a Columbia hospital some
days ago. is rapidly recovering, ac
cording to the latest information, and
will soon be able to return home
Miss Bessie Crews, of I.aureus, spent
Wednesday afternoon with Miss Min
nie Havlrd on her way home from
'Madam Sherry" in Columbia Tues
day night.?Newberry Herald and
Messrs. J. I). Sexton & Son. are
building a ten room dwelling on South
Harper street for Mr. Douglas Cray.
They are also erecting two small store
rooms for Will Whitner and Joe Wil
liams near the Daurens union station.
Mr. Thomas Heliums of Fort Worth.
Texas, who is on a visit to bis par
ents in the county, Mr. and Mrs. Milam
ll.dlanis. was in the city Saturday and
paid The Advertiser oiilco a pleasant
call. Mr. Heliums came on a visit
lo his old home at this time because
;:' ile- serious illness several days ago
of his father, whose condition has
^ in vvhai improved since.
Miss l.inl Jones cnl ?r.tniued v< ry
boaui I'ul'j Monday ovenlm' in honor
of her guest, Miss Idla Sioiisolh of
?lot kliighani. N. C. Fig);! tables w< re
1 u ?! for cards and I i umber of
11 ,-. Mis: Willie Jon. s. ami Dr. W. II.
( ItOI P ( OMJl'lilHlP.
Krerj Mother Should Bead and Re
niemher' I bis.
In any home where a child has a
tendency to croup, a little bottle of
Ii vom ioi (pronounce i; lligh-o-mc)
should be kept constantly on hand.
A sudden attack of croup with dif
ficult breathing and extreme distress
is apt lo come on al any tint i,
I The COttree to be pursued is plain.
Send for your doctor a! once, ami in
the meantime drop 30 drops of I1YO
M10I into a bowl of boiling water, and
hold the child's bend over it. cover
with a towel or (loth, so that only
the air Idled with Hyoniel vapor is
hi t at lied.
Thh method of treatment has saved
many a child's life, and mothers of
croupy children should see to it thnt
HYOMKI is always on hand. Full in
structions for prcmpt "ellef of croup
is In eac'i nackage,
A aOo bottle of HYOMBI is all you
need In treating croup. This is known
in all drug stores as Extra Bottle
'Hyoniel tnhalent. The Laurons Drug
Co. and druggists everywhere sell it
Breathe HYOMKI. It is guaranteed
to cure catarrh, croup, sore throat,
bronchitis, coughs and colds, or money
Come lo big soda Sale, March 4th,
Saturday at Red Don Racket, the man
from the factory will be In charge
and will Hell and give away soda and
cook books at the Bed Iron Racket.
LALRENS COUNTY BOYS
URGED TO FORM?
Supt. of Education Pitts
PROFESSOR W. K. T?TE
TO ADDRESS TRUSTEES
As I,aureus County Hud the Largest
Corn Club In the State Last Year
Supt. Pitts is Hoping far Still Bet
tor Things for this Year.
Mr. Carl Wharton, the president of
the l.aureus County Trustees Associa
tion, has called a meeting ol" the trus
tees for Saturday. March 1th in the
Court House, at eleven o'clock. I
wish to say that this will he a very
important and Interesting meeting.
Mr. W. K. T?te. Slat.- Superivisor of
Rural Schools, a ill he here to address
the association. His address will bo
Interesting and instructive. Every
trustee, teacher, and patron should
hear hint. There will bo other import
ant business to come before the as
sociation. Everybody is invited to bo
present. Trustees and teachers are
urged to come.
I wish also to cali attention to the
Hoys Corn Club. Application and
pledge bianks have been sent to all
the teachers of the county, with a re
quest that they present the matter to
the boys. No one will be allowed to
dn the Club after March 15th. as the
names must no to Washington on that
date. Lnurens county last year had
tin largest Club in the State and made
i most creditable showing. Thousands
of bushels of corn are now in our
cribs as a result of the club. We will
have a large club nga;n this year.
Almost 100 hoys have already tiled
their pledges. Many handsome pre
miums will be given ngaill. An Ag
ricultural fair will likely be held in
connection with the corn show next
November. We are not begging for
members, but we do want ev< ry boy
in the county who is interested in
farming to join the club and show us
what he can do. Parents and teachers
should encourage the boys to join the
club. Those wishing to join will please
send their names to in ? at once.
Goo. I.. Pitts.
County Supt. of Education.
Deafness (annul be Cured.
v local applications, as they cannot
>*ear'> ;?<<? diseased portion of the eir,
There is only one way to cure deaf,
ni'ss, and that is by constitutional rem
edies. Donl'ness is caused by an in
llamed condition of the mucous lining
of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed deafness .s the
result and unloss he inflammation
can be taken out and this tube restored
to its no: mal condition, hearing ?111
be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by Catarrh, which
is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) 'hat cannot he cured b.v Hall's
Catarrh ( uro, St ul for circulars free
F. .1 Cheney Ai Co., Toledo. O.
Sold by d 'Uggists, 75c,
Take Hall's Family Fills for consti
l at ion.
? <? * 'j </ * tt it ?? 0 o <i ? *
Laurens Collen Mill.
The llolims Street Methodlsl ohiireh
enjoyed a visit and sermon from the
Presiding Elder. Rev; W. M. i kid ?gli.
of i Ire. nVille. tlie pasi Suhdti v nigh)
?? voi.v able ?,< or;
Mr. R, 11. Kin:; is still ci iilllmd t.> \
!.!s bod and has been for som.< time .
(11s many friends will he glad to see
him no again. He is with his son-in
law. M: Fred Rlckllltin on Mill street.
Mr. .1. s. Putier, of Greenwood, vis
ited his brother-in-law. Mr. King, a.
lew days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. .lay T. Pass are lll'o
I pi'OUd parents of a pair of twins.
Once in Fifteen Years.
Thirty-five years-?think of it. thirty,
five years ago. when L. & M. Paint
was first made known.
it then needed time to prove Its
It has done it now, and its large USC
is the proof.
Costs about $1.00 per gallon, be
cause V'OU make nearly one half more,
by adding % of a gallon of Linseed
Oil to each gallon of paint, and you
won't need to repaint for about 15
Our sales agents are: ,1. H. & M. L,
Nash. l>ourens; J. W. Copoland .t Co.,
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Take a tlilrly days Practical course
In our well cqnlpped Machine Shops
, and learn the Automobile business,
and accept good positions. (TIA It
LOTTE AUTO St'HOo.. thnrlofle, X.
Call and see the beautiful new Rugs
, wo are showing, they are sure to
, please you in quality, design and price
8. M. & E. II. WIlkcB & Oo.
ugs, Art Souare
Lenoleum and Draperies!
Yes, the most complete, all around, most interesting collection we have
ever gathered. You undoubtedly are thinking and planning New Hugs and
Draperies for your home then when you plan why not plan with our aid?
You'll find that aid is helpful and mighty profitable.
Ours the most complete line in the State consisting of the latest pat
terns and colors in?
Matting Rugs. 9 x 12 feet, 6x9 feet and 6 x 3 feet
Brussels Rugs.: 9 x 12 feet, 9 x 11 feet, 3x6 and 27 x 54 inches
Shirvan Rugs 9 x 12 feet, 9x9 feet, 6x9 feet, 3 x 6 and 27 x 54 inches
Crex Rugs, 9x12 feet, 9x9 feet, 6x9 feet, 4^x8 feet, 3x6 feet, 30x60 inches
27 x 54 inches and 18 x 36 inches.
Velvets 9 x 12 feet, 9 x 11 feet, 3 x 6 feet and 27 x 54 inches
Finest Axminsters 9x12 feet, 4'.- x 10 and 12 feet, 3x6 feet and
27 x 54 inches.
Greatest variety of Patterns in each of above sizes to select from
Remember we have the best line raid lower prices than you will find
X// elsewhere. Wont yen give us t Iis pleasure of sh >wing ; on through?
Ml. Iti tIn I.
.Miss Carrie Hiobcri spent last weak
with her sister, Mrs. .1. C. C, 0 Dalle.
Misses Ethel Compton ami Nannie
O'dolle are spending the week with
Mrs. 1) I.. Compton,
MISS Lelln Carlisle, of Due West
Woman's College, spent the 22nd. with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .las. II.
Mrs. Eleanor Auld Slebort's 71th
birthday was celebrated at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. .las. If, Carlisle.
the2 1st lust.
The farmers of this community are
very busy preparing '.heir land for
Are you frequently hoarse? Do you
have that annoying tickling in your
throat? Does your corfgh annoy you
at night, and do you raise mucus In
the morning? Do you want relief? If
so, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and you will be pleased. Sold by l.au
rons Diu? Co.
At .1 C. Murns & Co.. one solid
carload of soda, 110,000 lbs. f>00 cases
soda will arrive this week at Itod Iron
Racket, Laurens, s. c.
inn: i.how?. iiiin.
I'm' I'ttrlslilll >;i!.c ii: Time ?Hill l'i<
m iiI Ihtldncss,
If your (mil is growing thlnnei ? nd
ihllinor and causing >ou anxiety isn
the Laurcns Drug <'<?. toda> und gel
a largo bottle of Parisian Sago for on
ly fit) cents. Il is HUCll n (lollghlful
and refreshing <lt^ss^n*-- tint voU will
like to ifu it regularly,
Parisian Sago is guaranteed i ? sun
falling hair, ami itching scalp, to ? rad
icatc dandruff and make Die iialr los
ti'OIIH and IPd'atlt, or iilOhO.V buck,
June 17. DM0,
"I have used Parisian Sage and it
has been very beneficial to inj hair,
stopping it from falling out. curing
duudriiff, an t making It mud thicker
and nicer." Miss Helen it. Sherman,
L':'.l Hughes St., FiOrwIcll, Da.
NOTICK OK ELECTION.
An election for Mayor and ; i\ Al
derinen for the City of Lauren* will
he held at the City Hall In the City
of Laurcns, in the state of South Car
olina on the second Tuesday in March,
1011, being the I 1th rlny of the month,
The following named persons are ap.
pointed ;>s managers to conduct said
election to wit: \V. L, Doy.l. \V, II.
Franks and \V. P, Shealy. The polls
shall open at nine o'clock in the lore
noon and remain open until live
o'clook in the afternoon. Kvcry male
Cltl7.cn of this State and of the Cnit
od States of the age of twenty one
yours and upwards having all qUn|i?
(ioatlous of (doctors provided under
iiii Constitution i?l thi.s Siat>-. and (.he
Acts ol the (ionorul Assoinhly ijcchira
tory thereof, and wlio shall Ituvo r<v
sided within tlin corporato limits of
the City of Laurons for four mouth
previous (o said election, find has paid
ail taxes due and payable for (bo last
liSeal year, and who has hern regis
tered as hereinafter required, shall bo
entitled to vote at said election
All qualified elector- desiring to
vole at sui<l municipal election ol the
city of Lnurciis shall first register
his name with It. K. Haid?. Supervisor
of Registration before twelve o'clock
noon on the fourth (lay of March, next
and obtain a certificate of such reg
istration, which certificate shall be
presented to the managers when ho
Offers to vote and be taken up by them
The said Supervisor of Registration
win have his office open at office of
Simpson. Cooper K- Ilnbb In said rit>
every day of the week except Sunday,
for the purpOSO of registering voters,
between the hours of ten o'clock in
the forenoon arid four o'clock in the
afternoon from the tirst day of Feb
ruary, Kill to norm on the Ith day
of March. 1911.
By order of Mayor ami Aldermen
of the City of I.aurens the U7th day
oi January, A. i>. 1911.
C. M HAHIV, '
,1011N II PETERSON, Mayor,
j Clerk of the City Council.